Print Lounge, an 800-square-foot private restaurant in Manhattan's boomtown, was designed by local design firm CCS Architecture. CCS Architecture's mission was to transform the restaurant to make the space more suitable for private events and provide greater flexibility.
The studio provides an attractive starting point for the design of the dining room's attached lounge area, while the separation from the dining room provides an opportunity to create a different world, one that is different but relevant to the dining room. The interior is inspired by the restaurant's palette of materials, including copper accents and rich walnut tones, but introduces a rich, luxurious royal blue. Deliberately limited tones have a strong and sudden effect on entry. High levels of luxury can be achieved by using rich materials with natural depth and interesting textures. Fully integrated with the mid-century modern classic atmosphere of the restaurant, bring you absolutely modern and refined atmosphere.
Sculpture | Mari-Ruth Oda